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A High Rise Condo at Vancouver
The Jervis is a boutique development in Vancouver’s renowned West End, consisting of 58 design-driven residences. Inform and Intracorp have teamed together on a project that challenges the way houses are planned and constructed. The Jervis is a collection of architecturally flawless and meticulously created residences, designed from the ground up to be lived in. Each of the four residences on a level is a corner suite, which maximizes both space and seclusion.
The Jervis condominiums are located in a quiet, leafy area in South Vancouver’s West End. Located between the Langara Golf Course to the north and Winona Park to the south, these stunning homes have contemporary West Coast architecture with warm wood accents and are surrounded by lush greenery. The community is made up of three complementary buildings that are organized around a beautifully landscaped courtyard with a calm reflecting pool for rest and enjoyment.
The absence of public transportation will have little effect on the Jarvis. Many bus stations and the Nanaimo metro station, which is an 8-minute drive away, are within easy walking distance for residents. Highway 1A is close by for the convenience of motorists.
Multiple schools in the area add to the neighborhood’s attractiveness to families with children and young people. Nearby schools include David Thompson Secondary, Killarney Secondary, and Sir Alexander Mackenzie Elementary.
Gordon Park, Jones Park, and Bobolink Park are all nearby for active families. Each of these places boasts gorgeous parks and playgrounds for kids and adults.
There are a maximum of four residences per level, each with a spacious outdoor living space that is piped for natural gas. High ceilings, casual design elements, floor to ceiling windows, and all corner units are features of this building.
The culmination of this partnership is The Jervis, a collection of just 58 contemporary, design-driven residences situated in a prominent site at the intersection of Davie and Jervis Streets, at the top of the hill.